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Shape 65 is the reference of the Shape line. Although it’s dedicated to nearfield monitoring, this monitor enables extraordinary monitoring quality, in the lowest to the highest frequencies. Simply a must, this monitor will express its full potential from a listening distance of three feet away (1 metre). The three monitors are all made in France and integrate five innovations to maximise acoustic transparency. Designed to meet the needs of nearfield monitoring, Shape monitors combine an ingenuous design and numerous settings optimised for the acoustics of small listening rooms. These innovations provide remarkable acoustic transparency. These new work tools distinguish themselves through the wide and extremely precise stereo image. The bass register is articulated and controlled. The lower mid-range and mid-range benefit from extreme neutrality, and without any masking effects, making equalisation of these essential registers much easier. Finally, the new tweeter is what’s at the source of the very high definition. It efficiently reveals any hissing, and it’s also very precise in the very high end.

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Messe 2017 : Focal Shape studio monitors

...is launching the new range of Shape speakers, which is composed of three monitors, Shape 40, Shape 50 and Shape 65. The official launch will take place on the 5th April, at the Musikmesse 2017 trade show. CONCEPTION This new Shape line with a unique design is an innovative solution for nearfield monitoring. Designed to meet the...

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Focal Shape 65 - Any user reviews?

...is my first post here but i guess it won't be the last one. i got my pair of focal shape 65 since a couple of weeks. for the longest time it felt a bit like this was the only pair available in europe. they replaced my yamaha hs7. the room is about 6x3.5m...

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Focal Unveils New Flagship Nearfield and Midfield Monitors: Trio11 Be

Have to agree on some of this. I have not used any high-end monitors, but for sure the Shape 65's give me a much better representation of the low end in a mix (and I mix mostly Hip Hop), than for instance a monitor that plays lower but has a bass port. ...

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